Digitizing the Educational Process with ScanSnap SV600
The necessity to digitize materials in education institutions is rapidly growing. The need stems from a variety of sources, including collecting evidence of student progress, enabling students to build portfolios, allowing teachers to create online learning resources, and submit student works to examination boards. Across the majority of examinations there is some element of work on paper that needs to be recorded and submitted to online repositories.

Education institutions are well on the way to making all their communications digital. They use online platforms to make learning resources accessible to students, engagement with parents, and help teachers with professional development. But, there are many processes and planning works in education institutions that still needs to be on paper.

If works of students are scanned and published online, it gets greater visibility and has big positive impacts on learning. It enables the education institute to share the important works done by student and discuss with others in a class. Digitization of these assessments by students also assists teachers to easily compare others’ works and ensure the same level of standards across the institute or school.

The digitized processes will help students to look back and see the progress they have made over months and years. This strongly reinforces the ways schools are helping children develop a growth mindset. Introducing Fujitsu’s ScanSnap SV600 for the education institutes and schools which has a number of features that make it particularly suited to use by teachers and other professionals.

Here’s presenting you the features of ScanSnap SV600 that showcase how it easily digitizes process in schools and institutes, while increasing efficiency.
  • Its 'plug and play’ mechanism makes it very easy to move from one classroom to another and to set up.
  • It is quick and exceptionally easy to use. It enables teachers to help students digitize their own work, which in return takes the extra load off the teachers.
  • The fast scanning helps teachers to scan the work of a whole class in minutes at the end of a lesson.
  • The inbuilt software adjusts for the curvature of pages, when digitizing work in students' books, creating very clear images.
  • Indeed the depth of field of the scanner even enables 3D work done by students.
  • The software can produce working files from paper copies. This enables paper learning resources to be adapted by teachers for their class. It allows teacher professional development materials to be tailored to the needs of the school.
  • The scanner allows student results on paper to be scanned into a spreadsheet, an immensely useful facility in creating central records of students’ marks.
  • The scanner is very tolerant in terms of placement of things to be scanned. It detects the position of items to be scanned, regardless of the placement and automatically rotates them if necessary.

With ScanSnap SV600, it is inevitable that schools will make more and more use of things stored online. This is not only for efficiency and time-saving, but also makes the entire process easy and more interesting.